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    June 28, 2018

    How Does Generation Z Impact the Telecom Industry?

    Generation Z, the group of young “tech savvy” adults who were born in the late 1990s through current day, has proven to be the most technology-friendly generation to date. CommScope reports, according to Sincera Consulting, not only have they contributed $44 billion to the US economy but their spending is estimated to increase from 25% to […]

    June 25, 2018

    Smart Home Technology Raises Homes’ IQs

    To simply say, technology has made our lives easier, is a gross understatement. Many of us, ahem, a bit more seasoned, remember a time before technology exploded, when the internet was either non-existent or in its infancy and smartphones weren’t in the hands of everyone we knew. Our basis for future possibilities came from TV […]

    June 21, 2018

    Chariton Valley’s Fiber Expansion Plans Include Hannibal

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 21 June 2018 MACON MO – Chariton Valley’s (CV) aggressive expansion plan will bring gigabit internet service from Macon to Hannibal while taking premiere fiber optic services to several unserved towns along the way.  CV Board of Directors authorized this $2.5 million-dollar construction project as the demand for faster internet service is […]

    May 25, 2018

    What’s the Big Deal About Fiber Optic Broadband?

    By now, you’ve probably heard about fiber optic broadband and its most recognized benefit, super-quick connectivity. But, what are fiber optics exactly, and besides the lightning fast speed, what makes fiber the preferred broadband option? Well, to start, fiber optics are thin, pliable glass fibers capable of carrying information by way of light. Unlike DSL […]

    May 25, 2018

    Clarence Playground Donation

    Chariton Valley representatives Darin Eleazarraraz and Tim Smith presented a check to the Clarence Community Betterment Group for $2000 to assist in purchasing playground equipment for the Clarence Lake.  On hand to receive the check were the Clarence Kindergarten and 1st grade students along with Tina Daniel with the Clarence Community Group Member, Brandie Bowles-Clarence […]